We use gone to for telling about that visit which has started but it hasn’t finished yet, or incomplete visit means a person is still there and it Belongs to Present tense.


Formula: Subject + Helping Verb + Gone to + Object(Place)

Gone to + Place

We use it for an incomplete visit which is continuing.

  • She has gone to Uk.
  • Ali has gone to school.
  • They have gone to picnic.
  • Formula: Subject + Helping Verb(Has / Have) + Gone to + Object(Place)

    More Examples

    Here are some more example sentences of Gone to.

    Tip: We cannot use I, We, You subject.


    • She has gone to Dubai.
    • Alina has gone to the beach.
    • She has gone to receive him.
    • Ali has gone to school.
    • They have gone to picnic.

    • She hasn’t gone to Dubai.(It is not used in speaking English)

    • Has she gone to Dubai?
    • Have they gone to a picnic?

    • Has she not gone to Dubai?
    • Have they not gone to a picnic?

Relation with Been to

There is a relation between Gone to and Been to, by these examples, you will easily understand the difference between both of them.

Gone to (Incomplete Visit) Been to (Completed Visit)
They have gone to picnic They have been to picnic
Alina has gone to the USA Alina has been to the USA
He has gone to School He has been to School
In Gone to the Subject has started their visit
but not completed yet.
In Been to Subject has completed their visit
and safely reached back.